When Morgan introduced the Aero 8 in 2000, it was their first brand new car since 1948. Now, it's 2015, and they've made a new one. Oh, and it sounds like they kept the side pipes connected to a V8. Lovely.
Although the driving public now considers $3 gasoline to be normal, another "gas crisis" is inevitable. To help you avoid a knee-jerk beige-buying reaction, we've assembled this list of fun and fuel-frugal sports cars you can buy now.
Those of you with keen eyesight may have noticed a BMW key dangling from the ignition of the naked Morgan Aero Supersports in Geneva last week. We have asked a Morgan representative to explain.
Despite our initial beliefs, not all Morgans are made of wood. The $187,000 Aero Supersports, shown in Geneva in all its naked beauty, is all metal, BMW and sidepipes. What it lacks is glass: champagne flutes, to be exact.
Morgan has a tradition of being a bizarre, anachronistic and lovable builder of fast-but-cramped cars and the Morgan Aero Supersport continues this tradition with flying buttresses and a lift-off roof. It sits alone, quietly judging the Tesla Roadster behind it.
We’ve already told you about Morgan’s $187,000 Aero SuperSports with its T-top and 4.8-liter BMW V8. What we didn't mention is the twin champagne bottle holder behind the leather bucket seats — complete with flutes.
Perhaps now you understand the troubles we go through to select the lineup of the first 50 cars to fill the stalls of the Jalopnik Fantasy Garage. We presented to you theCaparo T1, warts and all, for consideration of the garage without the benefit of flowery prose or over the top hyperbole — the car itself is…